Version 1.2 (codename Athena) introduces the ability to open, load and save files on fuzzing sessions using the .jbrofuzz format. Graphing has been expanded to a tab and can be performed at any time. Also, a headers tab, including default headers of a number of operating system browsers has been included.
Codename Mercury, this release adds a substantial amount of available payloads in categories such as XPATH, LDAP and XSS. Also, an installer is included as part of the release for win32 platforms.
Codename Cupid, this first major release of JBroFuzz forms a milestone in fuzzing development. Payloads and fuzzers have been re-engineered for smooth addition through a variety of known security vulnerability categories. Various GUI updates are also present.
Codename Dioni, this version poses a new re-write of the fuzzing tab, introducing a number of new XSS generators and a more stable connection behaviour
Codename, Mars. A more mature and war-like version with a number of updates and tidy-ups, including database implementation of Fuzzer Iterators.
Codename, Selene. With help topics, FAQ, preferences... This list goes on!
Codename Apollo.. Let there be light! (Even though some of it migth be from google open sourcing:)
Try out some of that HTTP/HTTPS directory enumeration fuzz...
A much more stable user interface, browser linking while sniffing, complete copy paste functionality and little tweaks to help your fuzzing...
Finally, you can define your own Generators within a .jbrf1 file and fuzz away...
JBroFuzz has become an OWASP Project. For further information visit: http://www.owasp.org/index.php/Category:OWASP_JBroFuzz
If you can't fuzz with this version of JBroFuzz, you probably don't want to fuzz!!
Current version includes the ability to do basic cross site scripting, test for some SQL injection as well as a number of overflows and format string errors.
The first version of JBroFuzz, codename Vesta has been available, offering a range of basic fuzzing as well as sniffing abilities.